Bifold Door Blinds In Sandhurst
With today’s vast choices and lifestyles, many people are opening up the rear of their homes and having bifold doors installed. This often welcomes a greater amount of natural lighting into your home during the day, and although this is the case, people do still have concerns with the bifold doors and blinds. Some people fear that it could allow an overwhelming amount of heat during the day when the doors are closed, and then there’s the fear of the effects of night time, when the temperature falls – will it mean a greater fall in retaining heat?
Here at Blinds and Awnings in Sandhurst, we have been resolving these issues for many clients over the last 12 to 18 months. We’ve devised an effective approach to manufacturing and installing Bifold door blinds in Sandhurst and the surrounding areas.
Firstly, it is important for us to really get to grips and understand a customer’s requirements, and from there, we can identify a number of solutions to resolve their issues. From roller or pleated blinds mounted in the recess, they are available for manual or electric operation. The blinds can be connected to the mains or powered through battery operation. We also offer neat energy efficient pleated blinds which clip onto each door or can be lined curtains, giving that warm cosy feel in the winter months.
If the area has just been plastered and decorated, this is not an issue for us. You will not need to chase out the wall or install surface trunking for your cables. Some of the battery options allow for five to seven years of operation before the batteries require replacement – which is extremely impressive.
If it is additional security you are looking for, then why not look at the latest motorisation from Luxaflex? You can operate their blinds from a phone or iPad, and still have a number of settings to allow the blinds to operate throughout the day or operate in line with sunrise and sunset.
Selecting the correct fabric is equally important and our staff here at Blinds and Awnings will be pleased to assist from not only how they look but from a technical point.
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